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and was recovered by police. but there is conflicting information about that tonight. the f.b.i. has taken the lead role in the investigation. there has been no climb of responsibility and there was no warning. president obama vowed to find and bring to justice whoever is responsible. jonathan elias of our cbs boston station wbz was there on boylston street when the bombs went off. jonathan? >> scott, i was 30 feet away from that initial blast and we were filming people coming across the finish line for what should have been an end of a jubilant race. i mean, they were ecstatic. people were raising their arms up in the air, my producer, my photographer, myself, we are high-fiving these guys and just cheering them on and then a second later the bomb went off. when that first bomb went off we held our ground not knowing what had just happened and then seconds later the second bomb went off and that's when we knew exactly what was going on. we ran toward the scene of the initial blast as everyone else was running away trying to get out and off of boylston street. police officers down the street were h
of the suspected bomber. the f.b.i. is examining photographs including some taken at a lord&taylor store showing a man near the finish line with a cell phone and a black back across his chest. if the f.b.i. has a face from the video at the lord & taylor or from local division, they may be able to use facial recognition software so run the face against databases. >> in addition to video and foes the tech agents are examining debris in the remains of a pressure cooker recovered at the crime scene. >> they can identify the items down to, perhaps, the type of bag, the type of axle rapt, the type of detonator, all that becomes extremely important in a trial if you can match those items to a particular suspect. >> in addition to speaking of the victim, president obama will talk about the first responders and the heroes. >> the 11-year-old martinez boy injured in the bombings is recovering from more surgery. aaron hern suffered a deep thigh wound and other injuries while watching his mom finish the marathon. she says his surgery went well and no skin grafts were needed. the family is getting support fr
of the morning coming up and at f.b.i. news conference coming up in 20 minutes. now a check on the forecast. >> meteorologist mike nicco is here with calmer conditions. >> calmer outside right now. and dry as you look at live doppler 7 hd. we have the potential for wind through the cartinez strait, you can see the areas in tan leading into the central valley where the fastest wins are today from 9:00 this morning until 5:00 during the afternoon hours, with wins up to 35 to 40 miles per hour and be sustained from the northwest at 20 to 30 miles per hour. 22-mile-per-hour wind at fairfield and 26 gusts in santa rosa the fastest, gusting to 21 in novato and only ten at sfo and 18 at half moon bay and you can see by 9:00 those are going to become faster and more uniform. now the next 12 hours 7:00 this morning around the bay at 45 and mid-60's by noon and upper 60's and breezy around the bay shore. as we head inland it will not be so breezy, we are cooler in the 30's and 40's and in the low 60's by noon and upper 60's by 4:00 and the coast breezes pick up in the mid-to-upper 50's through the af
we'll get to the bottom of it. >> do you feel the f.b.i. and other counterterrorism officials have necessary tools at their disposal? >> i think our law enforcement will have all the resources they need and technology and tools they need to get to the bottom of it. thanks, everybody. >> ok, ready? good morning. actually, it's not such a good morning for many people. we'd like to begin by acknowledging that for many families, not just in boston but throughout the country and perhaps the world, when they woke up today it was a far different day from monday morning and so let us begin by first sending our thoughts and prayers to all the victims and the families that were impacted by the vicious bombing that occurred in boston yesterday. r thoughts and prayers are extended to each and every one of them. i believe the president said it best when he said we're going to get to the bottom of this. we expect that as americans, our government will do everything possible to protect us. that's the foremost duty of any democratically elected government is to protect its people. so we will get t
? >> it is 5:31. developing news this morning on the boston bombings, the f.b.i. is making an appeal to the public for photos and video or any information that could lead them to the bomber as they comb new clues uncovered at the bombing sites. we go live to abc7 news in boston. >> good morning, eric, the f.b.i. is doing that because there are still no suspects. here in boston, you get the sense that this is a city that is united. there is an outpouring of support for the victims in the hospital recovering and there is deep sympathy if the families who have lost loved ones. overnight, boston breathes emotional vigil in the dorchester neighborhood for martin richard, just eight years old, killed in the attack. >> at the boy's home, neighbors dropped off flowers and children remember him in a park where he used to play. another victim, 29-year-old krystle campbell is also being remembered at the marathon cheering on her friend's boyfriend. >> i cannot believe this has happened. she did everything... >> the third person killed has been identified as a boston university you graduate stud
at abc7news.com. at 6:30 f.b.i. will hold a briefing for us and abc7 news will carry a special report with a gma team anchoring that bringing the latest at 6:30. >> from the south bay this morning, we have a hazardous material situation at a pg&e transformer. thousands of gallons of oils leaking but it is being contained. we will bring you the latest information on this as it becomes visible. >> a lot going on this morning and not the least of which the winds are die down. mike nicco? >> they did come overnight as we expected but we could pick up this afternoon. areas in tan including the cartinez strait and the democrat that communities where we have the fastest wind starting at 9:00 this morning, ramping up all the way through 5:00 and they could gust define 35 and 43 miles per hour and they will be sustained from the northwest at 20 to 30 miles per hour. as far as right new our fastest wind gusts in fairly at 22, and santa rosa at 26 and 18 in novato and half moon bay and starting off in the 30's and 40's and maybe 50 around san francisco and in the 60's away the coast by noon and
. >> the boston bombings. the f.b.i. served a search warrant in suburban boston. authorities combed an apartment building but will not say what they are looking for or how this home is connected to the investigation. so far they don't have anyone in custody for the attack but the f.b.i. is tracking several persons of interest. the two bombs killed at least three including an 8-year-old boy who went to hug his father. that child has been identified this morning as martin richard. the 145 people have been injured and 15 are critical this morning. for the latest we go to abc7 news' reporter live in boston. >> good morning, a difficult morning here in boston one of many difficult oranges to -- mornings to come trying to return to work after the city was rocked by bombs. this morning, thecy of boston is on heightened areporter 24 hours after terror were arrested. thousands of running in the marathon and a few yards from the finish line at 2:50 the first bomb explodes. >> multiple people down. i don't know what the cause is. stand by. >> chaos ensued amid the white smoke seconds later, another explosi
miller is a former deputy director of the f.b.i. he's joining us right now. john, you've been talking to your law enforcement sources all afternoon. what do you know? >> well, either things are going really well or this is going to be very challenging and that hangs on this individual they have in custody. so let's go back over that. how does this happen? it happens that the first device goes off, the second device goes off and somebody who's noticed this individual saw him acting in a way that they thought was suspicious. they see him running away from the device. now, a reasonable person after an explosion would be rubbing away. but this person had noticed them before. this is a civilian, now. chases him down, tackles him, turns him over to the boston police. the individual who is being looked at was suffering from a burn injury. that means that person was pretty close to wherever this blast went off but not so close as to suffer the serious injuries that other people did. he is in custody. authorities tell me he's being fully cooperative means he's answering all their questions, he
in police custody. he is charged with making a terrorist threat. f.b.i. agents searched his home on friday gathering evidence as part of this ongoing probe. dominic joins us live from los angeles. are they naming him as a suspect? >> reporter: they are sticking to the charges of making a terrorist threat. they are not confirming or denying he will be charged. now, we are hearing newest reports coming out that he may be so. in an email they said this. williams has not been charged with any murder and we have not named any suspect, prime suspect or persons of interest in the case. investigation continues and all leads and tips continue to be worked. in that context, the authorities are apparently to double the award. they want to pump it up to $400,000 which those that no law enforcement say, its sign they may be short on clues. >> gregg: why would the f.b.i. and some other agencies searching through those two storage units? did they belong to williams? >> no confirmation they were his, but the feds did sweep through his house thoroughly on friday. the suspicion that the murderers had a grud
this. pelley: but they're still at the starting line. >> the f.b.i. is investigating it as an act of terrorism. >> pelley: john miller, bob orr and elaine quijano have the latest including what we now know about the bombs. we've learned the identities of two of the dead, a woman and an 8-year-old. jeff glor on martin, the boy who put a face on the tragedy. dr. jon lapook tells us how the youngest of the wounded are being treated tonight. and don dahler on the stories survivors are telling. >> everybody was just spectacular. the most well organized response i've seen in my entire life. captioning sponsored by cbs >> this is the cbs evening news with scott pelley reporting tonight from boston. >> pelley: good evening. no motive, no suspects, and the f.b.i. is now asking for help to identify the marathon bomber. they found a lot o
.e.a. administrator's award for exceptional service. she's received numerous other awards from the d.e.a., the f.b.i., and local governments. she was appointed superior court judge in los angeles by then-governor arnold swartzen nagger in 2005 and judge o'connell is the assistant supervising judge where she's responsible for supervising three courthouses and 22 bench officers. she's an expert in criminal law. she presides over all aspects of friendly criminal cases before the superior court. and in addition to being well-respected for her demeanor on the bench and her stellar intellect, she's known by her colleagues as a great manager and supervisor, attributes which will serve her well at the busy central district. judge reid o'connell is very active in the southern california legal community. she create add program that brings inner city students to the superior court to educate them about the legal process and to spend time with judges. she teaches continuing education courses to california judges on criminal law. she is an adjunct professor at the law schools of pepper dye dine and -- pepperdine
, former f.b.i. agent, mr. rogers of michigan. such time as he may consume. the chair: the gentleman from michigan is recognized. mr. rogers: thank you for your work on this. last year you expressed strong reservations about certain privacy protections and you were willing to sit down and work with us to try to find and make sure he we sent that very clear message about protecting privacy in this bill, and i thought the language was excellent and added to that purpose. it is -- it really does prevent any information from being -- in the bill from being misused by a company for anything other than the bill's strictly defined cybersecurity purpose, but this bill adds an important clarification, this amendment, to make congress' intent absolutely clear. to try again to assure the american public this is about security while protecting civil liberties. i urge my colleagues to support this amendment. . barton: reclaiming my time want to thank my staff. also i want to thank the chairman and the ranking member, see nothing other speakers, i yield back the balance of my time. the chair: the gentl
the 2015 it is our answer to backlog. there's not a plan b. this is plan a, b, c, d, f. >> glad to come up -- >> more importantly, we need to understand better, what is our long-term annual commitment to a program of this magnitude? i realize there are parameters that might change that, court rulings, scope of benefits. we need to better understand it if in fact we provide fair but effective oversight to an i.t. program of this size. mr. chairman, you have been awfully generous, and i know secretary murrow is dying for me to ask him a question. >> i'm sure he is deeply disappointed. >> he is always neglected in these hearings and i have ensured him not to take it personally. i'll follow up with some audit questions in writing. mr. secretary, thank you, and thank you to your entire team. >> secretary shinseki, thank you for being here and thank you for your staff being here, and this hearing is now concluded. >> good afternoon, everybody. earlier today i was briefed by my homeland security team on the events in boston. we're continuing to monitor and respond to the situation as it up folds
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